FTISLAND Holds Successful Shanghai Concert As Part Of 'FTHX' Asia Tour
By Diana Shin | February 25, 2014 11:50 AM EST
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This 'FTHX' tour is a way for the group to thank their fans who have supported them continuously for the past 6 years. The title of their tour, 'FTHX', are the words FTISLAND' and 'THANX' combined, as they wanted to show their thanks and gratitude to their fans.
One day before the concert on February 21, they held a press conference with many local media, revealing their huge popularity.
The members were seen wearing dark navy suits and seen introducing themselves in Chinese. The members also had fun answering questions from the media and was seen having a good time.
The members also stated that they hoped to showcase their best performance in Shanghai, as it was their 3rd time visiting.
On the day of the concert, the band showcased their energy and charisma for 2 hours while fans continued to support them.
This is their 3rd Asia tour and with the start in Shanghai, they will continue on to Taiwan, Singapore and end in Bangkok.
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